"I try to capture the essence of an object and translate it into a new piece that balances the original."

The balance between reality, impression and the story of the photo is essential for the result.

Call to Ibiza (ES).

19/06/2022

Call to Ibiza (ES).

19/06/2022

City capture Frankfurt (DE).

12/07/2022

City capture Frankfurt (DE).

12/07/2022

City capture Frankfurt (DE).

13/07/2022

City capture Frankfurt (DE).

13/07/2022

Entrance to a room. Art Museum the Hague (NL)

1934/ ‘35 Art decogebouw of architect H.P. Berlage.

08/05/2022

Terrain of ASIAT. Horst, Vilvoorde

Military site.

06/06/2022

Beautiful stairway at Kunstmuseum the Hague (NL)

1934/ ‘35 Art decogebouw of architect H.P. Berlage.

08/05/2022

Beautiful stairway at Kunstmuseum the Hague (NL)

1934/ ‘35 Art decogebouw of architect H.P. Berlage.

08/05/2022

Beautiful stairway at Kunstmuseum the Hague (NL)

1934/ ‘35 Art decogebouw of architect H.P. Berlage.

08/05/2022

Fishery in Urk.

Urk (NL) is first mentioned in historical records dating to the 10th century.

The important economic pillar of the village remains fishery.

In the past, many lives were lost in storms on the Zuiderzee and North Sea. There is a memorial to lost fishermen on Urk, popularly known as the Urker vrouw: a statue of a woman looking out to sea, vainly awaiting the return of her husband and sons.

Additionally, Urk is focused on making a connection between the existing economy and new activities such as tourism, social care, maritime industry and services.

13/03/2022

Boat Light Reflection.

This inland vessel is a salad bar in the city of ‘Assen’ (NL). Without any purpose of promoting, it’s located at the edge of the city (De Vaart).

Small details are crucial in photography. In this case it’s the neon light.

13/03/2022

Man with dog.

Urk, a small harbour village at Flevoland, The Netherlands.

13/03/2022

La décoration.

Léopold II wanted to create an architectural ensemble to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Belgium’s independence – 1880.

‘La Decoration’ shows only the part visible from standing below and walkthrough. This part is not meant to be seen from a distance, still a masterpiece of detail in architecture.

Arc de Triomphe – Brussels (BE)

12/02/2022

Pool.

On a journey across the Azores, I spotted this empty pool next the Atlantic. On the left of this place there was a natural pool and everybody was swimming there – officially approved with life guards. No wonder this pool is not filled. From a distance you don’t see it’s a swimming pool. On the left in the sky, you’ll notice an airplane. It’s definitely Ryanair because that’s the only airplane company that flies to the Azores (at that time).

02/10/2019

Eva obscur.

A perfect moment at Villa Empain (Brussels, Belgium). Eva on a wonderlust moment and sitting on the perfect spot to wacht over the garden.

21/03/2021

Liège. 1

In the past, Liège was one of the most important industrial centres in Wallonia.

Liège began to suffer from a relative decline of its industry, particularly the coal industry, and later the steel industry, producing high levels of unemployment and stoking social tension.

16/01/2022

Liège. 2

Montagne de Bueren. 374 Steps take you to the Citadel. De stairway was established between 1875 and 1880 in remembrance of the 600 Franchimontezen who died in the Battle of Liège in 1468.

16/01/2022

Liège. 3

In the past, Liège was one of the most important industrial centres in Wallonia.

This photo was take behind the market – where no one goes. It reflects the ‘tristesse’ of the city.

16/01/2022

The view of Omar Sharif.

Now, a museum (LagOmar) and in the early 1970’s the house of Omar Sharif, actor. Visiting this house is a must-do when at Lanzarote. The house itself is fully built into rocks and the Volcano. At one of the many patios, this view is one the most beautiful, in my opinion.

La Maison Autrique.

A perfect moment at La Maison Autrique (Schaerbeek – Brussels (BE).

In 1893 Victor Horta was 32 years old when his friend Eugene Autrique asked him to design this house for him.

His demands were as followed: “not a single luxury, not a single extravagance: an inhabitable basement-floor, a dignified vestibule and staircase hall, the living and dining room nicely connecting, a first floor with bath and toilet – which wasn’t common in those days – and a second floor for children and servants.”

12/02/22

Reproduction.

The work ‘The floor is lava’ of Maarten Ceulemans enlightened by TL lamps in the basement.

Volcano view.

Around September and October, Lanzarote is in off-season mode. As you can’t go into these protected landscapes, busses are riding constantly in and out. Not now, it’s quiet and desolated. Lanzarote’s landscapes are as imposing as the are unique. The Timanfaya National Park is one of the most extraordinarily scenes in the world. The absence of vegetation, extreme ruggedness of the terrain and the beautiful colors make this work a simplified beauty.

06/10/2021

Volcanic bomb.

A volcanic bomb or lava bomb is a mass of molten rock (tephra) larger than 64 mm (2.5 inches) in diameter, formed when a volcano ejects viscous fragments of lava during an eruption.

06/10/2021

Hop.

Visiting the Brewery of Sint-Bernardus around 5pm, delivers a beautiful view on the hop fields in Poperinge (Belgium). In summer the sun provides a beautiful sphere on the rooftop.

12/07/2021

Daalmen.

I grew up in a small village close to Ghent (Belgium). It only has 800 civilians. At the age of 16-18 I needed to study and this view was my way-out. Close to my home there is a neighborhood called ‘Daalmen’. In 2020, we went for a walk with my family. I had my camera with me and shot this wonderful view. Luckily me, there was a fisherman that gives the image balance and life.

06/04/2020

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